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Funny and Wise Chinese Proverbs and Sayings That are Pure Genius
Will and Guy have continued their research into Chinese proverbs. It is a worthwhile task and we have learned that the Chinese people use proverbs, old and new to carry out specific functions within the culture. This, in itself, is not unusual and many ancient cultures from the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans up to the present day utilise myths, proverbs and legends to educate. Chinese proverbs are "layered". The superficial message becomes apparent immediately. But as one re-reads, one discovers deeper meaning.
Share funny, witty or inspiring quotes. Fun Fact! The Chinese language has over 1,00, characters, and about one in five persons speaks some or the other form of it, all over the world. You might have heard someone or the other using old proverbs, which seemed humorous to you, and yet conveyed an important message through them. Did you, however, know that some of them might be Chinese?
Quotations can inform and stimulate. They can be wise, witty, or foolish. The author has collected some of the best in his articles. Some of the best, wittiest, and most humorous quotations in the English language are quotations about age, childhood, adolescence, middle age, and old age— most of all about growing old! On this page, I've gathered together of the best. I hope you like some of them.
The key with these is that if you don't get them the first time, read them again - many are a play on words, which may not be instantly obvious. I hope you enjoy these hilarious proverbs as much as I did!
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Respect for the aged has always been a part of Chinese culture. As opposed to Western culture, where there are euphemisms for "old age", like "senior citizen" or "retired", in China , the word "old" has a connotation of honor. In traditional China , old people were respected. The older the person was, the more he or she was respected because the Chinese believed that the older a person, the wiser, and that experience is precious. The calculation of age in China differs from that customary in the West. In China , a newborn baby is considered one year old. One more year is added to its age when a new lunar year begins.
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